The /n/oulipian Analects

Edited By Christine Wertheim & Matias Viegener

The /n/oulipian Analects, edited by Christine Wertheim and Matias Viegener, is an alphabetical survey of constrained writing in modern English. Editors Wertheim and Viegener gathered and arranged critical and creative pieces from some of the most prominent and influential constraint-based writers—Caroline Bergvall, Christian Bök, Johanna Drucker, Paul Fournel, Jen Hofer, Tan Lin, Bernadette Mayer, Ian Monk, Joseph Mosconi, Harryette Mullen, Doug Nufer, Vanessa Place, Janet Sarbanes, Juliana Spahr, Brian Kim Stefans, Rodrigo Toscano, Matias Viegener, Christine Wertheim, Rob Wittig, Stephanie Young—adding the unknown variable n to the great legacy of Oulipo. The result: an excellent mix of introductory basics for those new to constraint-based writing, blended with in-depth exposition and critique for those already avid readers and writers.

Featuring Bernadette Mayer, Brian Kim Stefans, Caroline Bergvall, Christian Bök, Christine Wertheim, Doug Nufer, Harryette Mullen, Ian Monk, Janet Sarbanes, Johanna Drucker, Joseph Mosconi, Juliana Spahr, Matias Viegener, Paul Fournel, Rob Wittig, Rodrigo Toscano, Stephanie Young, Tan Lin, Vanessa Place





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